Thomas Cook Collapse Left $180M Burden On UK Taxpayer

Repatriating Thomas Cook customers was costly for the UK.
Credit: Thomas Cook
LONDON—British taxpayers have so far paid £156 million ($180 million) responding to the collapse of leisure company and airline Thomas Cook. The costs are primarily borne from the British government’s...

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